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Old 12-03-2003, 06:10 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Shades Of Light.

Sometimes, I can't really tell with the progress of my scars.

I don't have much acne anymore... just lotsa blemishes and other discolorations
Under different shades of light, I sometimes look worst and sometimes look better. I guess I don't realy know what the 'standard' light is.

I went to several different public places/ bathrooms/ etc...
In the bright yellowish areas I look really clear.
In the bright whitish yellowish areas I looked semi reddish.
In the dim whitish areas my scars look a lot darker. I looked terrible.
In the dim yellowish areas my scars look reddish
In the an dim cloudy day I look semi clear, but scars look darker
In the bright, sunny day I look reddish, but a but clearer
In the department store with white flourescent bulbs I look realy reddish
In the rearview window I can see my scars well, but it also depends on the
shade of the day

but in the dark... (with moonlight)

I look sexily seductive. haha

 
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Old 12-03-2003, 06:51 AM   #2
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Re: Shades Of Light.

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Originally Posted by frogprince
Sometimes, I can't really tell with the progress of my scars.

I don't have much acne anymore... just lotsa blemishes and other discolorations
Under different shades of light, I sometimes look worst and sometimes look better. I guess I don't realy know what the 'standard' light is.

I went to several different public places/ bathrooms/ etc...
In the bright yellowish areas I look really clear.
In the bright whitish yellowish areas I looked semi reddish.
In the dim whitish areas my scars look a lot darker. I looked terrible.
In the dim yellowish areas my scars look reddish
In the an dim cloudy day I look semi clear, but scars look darker
In the bright, sunny day I look reddish, but a but clearer
In the department store with white flourescent bulbs I look realy reddish
In the rearview window I can see my scars well, but it also depends on the
shade of the day

but in the dark... (with moonlight)

I look sexily seductive. haha


YEah...damn this lighting thingy...i am facing exactly the same prob=(

 
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Old 12-03-2003, 11:43 AM   #3
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Re: Shades Of Light.

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but in the dark... (with moonlight)

I look sexily seductive. haha
he he... that was cute I'm a total knockout on a moonlit night!

Even when my skin was flawless (back in the day *sigh*) certain types of light would make me look all gross & blotchy. I dont think natural or fluorescent light does anyones skin justice... flawless or not!

 
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